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 Transplanting strawberry plants.?

Answer You can still transplant them. It will not hurt them. You want to plant them in sandy soil and in a big open location. They multiply each year.
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How much are strawberry plants?

In a garden centre they should cost 1-2 pounds like in homebase they cost 99p ask someone if your not sure
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Names of Strawberry Plants?

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